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How to entertain a 5-year-old when visiting an historic monument

Question: you have a 5-year-old, you’re in Grenada in Spain, and you want to wander round some churches; how do you keep the child entertained? Turns out the answer is simpler than I’d have thought: Give them their own audio guide! Bimbling round Grenada on our first full day, we’d barely left the apartment before […]

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Roses, Jasmine and Magnolias….

Our first driving adventure in Puglia is now finished and went back to Ischia, the beautiful island where I’m from. We went out for a walk and everywhere I could smell the beautiful Jasmine, reminding me of our very recent trip, and inspired me to write a post. It may be because of spring, it may be […]

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Pausa pipì….

Certainly, one thing I, actually We (I’m pretty sure I can talk for My Love too on this one) have been learning, when traveling with our adorable little ones, is that we must take our time, to get anything done and to go anywhere.  Baby world has a completely different time line and agenda from […]

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The beginning(s)

This is my first post and I spent a really long time thinking when and where I could start. First, I was thinking of writing a blog by myself, because I wanted to improve my writing, but I started 5 drafts and left them unpublished. Plus I didn’t want anybody to see them, till they […]

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Journey to the Centre of the Earth…in Puglia

Despite being up, showered and breakfasted by 8:30am – a minor miracle – we still didn’t leave the B&B until gone midday. Yes we’ve two small kids, but with four adults you’d have thought we could do better! I guess it was the first day of our trip, and yesterday had been a long old […]

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A new chapter

I was stressed about missing the flight. Sim was calm. I was stressed about packing too much stuff, that Ryanair would drop excess-charge bombs on us for being one centimetre over our allowance. Sim was calm. I was stressed we’d forget to pack certain things, items for Mina, or for the baby; it was the […]

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